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Dog developed lesions. Any suggestions??

Hi
My 9 year old dog developed like lesions 3 months ago. We went to the vets and have been on antibiotics as well as steroids. Yet, it has not gone away. I think it can be allergies to some kind of food. He has been on a dry grain free kibble diet for a long time. Any suggestions please?
 

Nat Ursula

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Hi
My 9 year old dog developed like lesions 3 months ago. We went to the vets and have been on antibiotics as well as steroids. Yet, it has not gone away. I think it can be allergies to some kind of food. He has been on a dry grain free kibble diet for a long time. Any suggestions please?